Question about 2003 Subaru Outback
Windshield wipers not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the tension on the wiper arm itself...there is a 12mm locknut that will go lose and it being lose will cause the arm to slip on the shaft...there is a cover on that wiper arm hiding that nut
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
get in behind headlight under hood and look for a central plug or screw for the headlight to remove to get to the bulb you will have to unplug the wiring to pull it out and a spring clip youll have to press in towards the centre of the globe to remove it
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
SOURCE: Broken windshield wiper
Men will always protect/support the other men so I will check my wording :-))
First check the condition of the wiper shaft outter splines when the wiper arm is removed (emerging from the wiper grill) Clean any corrosion and dirties. If the spine is worned or in bad condition then the wiper pivot will have to be replaced by a new one (few nuts to be unscrew by under the wiper grill and disconnecting from the link kit rods). Eventhough the splines seem to be ok, turn ignition switch and wiper switch on and check if the pivot shaft is moving back and forth. If not, there is a problem with the link kit rod disconnected in a joint.
If the shaft splines are ok and shaft is moving then check the wiper arm inner splines. Chances are that they are in bad condition (the arm metal being 'softer' than the pivot spline metal. If it's the case, have the arm replaced.
Replacing any parts make sur outter and inner splines are well engaged/fitting before tightening arm bolt
Sorry for my english
Hope it will help
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
SOURCE: front windshield washer nozzle
Use a thick needle (or tooth pick), partially insert into the nozzle and gently re-orientate the direction. Test a nozzle spray and repeat steps until desired trajectory is aquired.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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